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Ulka Gear launches Hakkit unisex riding jackets in India, priced at Rs 8,999

Aditya Chatterjee  | Updated: June 30, 2020, 10:06 AM IST

Ulka (pronounced as Uu-l-k-ah) Gear is an Indian company, founded by Shahnawaz Karim - an ex national circuit racer and also a trainer who works with brands like BMW Motorrad and Triumph Motorcycles. The company has launched their Hakkit range of unisex riding jackets in India, which claim to not only offer necessary protection but also the convenience of transforming it into a backpack making it a versatile offering. The prices for the Hakkit range starts at Rs 8,999 and can be bought online from Amazon or from the company website.

Ulka Gear launches Hakkit unisex riding jackets in India, priced at Rs 8,999

The base offering is the Hakkit V2, priced at Rs 8,999 while the flagship is a touring jacket called Hakkit Forever, a summer touring jacket. Available in sizes from XS to 3XL, these jackets boast of adjustable waist and water-resistant
pockets, along with a waterproof rain cover that can be worn over the main jacket to provide water protection and worn inside to provide wind protection. Hakkit Forever also offers provision on the left forearm to be used as a mobile phone holder.

"India has the largest motorcycle market in the world with almost 21 million units sold in 2019. When hitting the open roads, the biker's gears including helmet, jackets etc. is of paramount significance thus offering maximum functionality. Being an ex national circuit racer and trainer myself, I understand the pulse of the motorcycle bikers and aim to provide with a motorcycling experience. We designed a convertible jacket which has weathered the test of time and aims to become one of the most iconic items of clothing for motorcyclists. I am optimistic that we would emerge in times to come as India's most efficient rider's apparel brand & global brand to reckon with" commented, Shahnawaz Karim.

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